Celtic hit Aberdeen for six on Sunday. Kyogo, Oh, David Turnbull, Luis Palma, and Yang all netted for the Hoops in the trouncing win.

Perhaps one player whose performance fell slightly under the radar was Matt O’Riley. The Danish internationalist bagged a duo of assists and post-match, he could be seen mimicking the delightful cross his teammate Palma put in for Oh:

The ball in from the 23-year-old was greatly pleasing to the eye. With some skill and finesse, Oh was found by Palma at the back post with utmost accuracy.

Luis Palma
Soccer Football – Champions League – Group E – Celtic v Atletico Madrid – Celtic Park, Glasgow, Scotland, Britain – October 25, 2023 Celtic’s Luis Palma celebrates scoring their second goal REUTERS/Russell Cheyne

The centre-forward couldn’t miss when the ball fell to him as he nodded home with power from close range. Since joining Celtic, Palma has come up with a number of moments such as these.

He stands out for his flair, and it is finally time that someone at Celtic in modern-day history has adorned the number seven shirt and impressed when doing so.

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